Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, claimed on Thursday that the public welfare programmes undertaken by the state government were being discussed across the entire nation.
The state administration, according to the Congress leader, is operating welfare programmes across the board to offer the greatest amount of relief to the populace. He stated that the Chief Minister’s Kisan Urja Mitra Yojana has reduced the power bill of eight lakh farmers to zero and that the Udaan Yojana has been put into place to give sanitary pads to women for free.
Because of its social programmes in the health sector, Rajasthan has become known as a model state. According to Gehlot, the Chief Minister’s Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme has emancipated the average person from having to pay for expensive medical care.
The chief minister stated that every native in Rajasthan would receive access to basic services like water, power, health care, and education. Public welfare has been the focus of every budget for the state administration, and the upcoming budget will focus on youth and students, he continued. Every government initiative revolves around improving the conditions of underprivileged groups.
Gehlot was addressing during the inauguration and laying of the cornerstone for construction projects at Kanwar Ka Bas in Jaipur, which will cost Rs 68.15 crore.
According to the seasoned Congress leader, the government’s top objective is to give the state’s residents water for drinking and irrigation. According to the chief minister, Rajasthan is the only state to give “gaushalas” (cow shelters) a grant for nine months. By effectively preventing the lumpy skin condition, the state administration sought to protect cows and other ruminants.